Origin of axial
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Contemporary Examples of axial
Because there is the luminous ensemble of Sigmar Polke entitled Axial Ages.Treasures From the Pinault Collection
June 12, 2009
Historical Examples of axial
The storm was probably caused by the axial rotation of Wandl.Wandl the Invader
Raymond King Cummings
This axial stripe is seen equally well in fishes and reptiles.Colouration in Animals and Plants
The spicula are quite smooth, as in the similar Sphrozoum ovodimare (in which, however, the axial rod is much longer).
The spiral wings of the transverse girdle of about the same breadth as the eight internal gates between them and the axial beams.
Axellipsis is a peculiar genus differing from Cenellipsis in an axial rod, which corresponds to the minor or equatorial axis.
Plural axes (ăk′sēz′)
- A line, ray, or line segment with respect to which a figure or object is symmetrical.
- A reference line from which distances or angles are measured in a coordinate system, such as the x-axis and y-axis in the Cartesian coordinate system.